Mazatlan will continue covid protocols to avoid a fourth wave of Covid infections


When comparing the current active cases of Covid-19 with last year, Ruiz Gastélum reported that there are 56 percent fewer cases in the city, which reflects the great effort that has been made as a government

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Despite the fact that the cases in Mazatlán are low, work is being done to prevent a fourth wave of infections, said Eloy Ruiz Gastélum, who asked citizens not to lower their guard, especially given the proximity of the December’s holidays.

The municipal coordinator of Civil Protection said that they are working hard every day, especially with an emphasis on raising awareness, not only of tourists but also of local citizens, not to lower their guard and continue with preventive measures, such as the use of a mask.

When making a comparison of current active cases with last year, he reported that there are 56 percent fewer active cases in the city, which reflects the great effort that has been made as a government.

“We must not lower our guard, on the contrary, they are crucial dates at the end of the year, many of us will receive relatives who come from other regions, from other states, and perhaps outside the country, so it is important to continue taking care of ourselves and continue to maintain the basic measures of prevention such as the use of face masks and frequent hand washing “.

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Ruiz Gastélum asked people to sanitize all the things they buy for their Christmas holidays, prior to arriving at their homes and thus avoid bringing a possible contagion to their homes.


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